Video2Brain: Adobe Dreamweaver CS6: Learn by Video (2012)
DVD | ISO | 5.01 GB | English | VIDEO2BRAIN | Incl. Project Files | Vídeo Training
Trainer: David Powers | ISBN Code: 0321840372 | Duration: 13 hrs 10 min
Publication date: Jun 16, 2012
[/font][/color]This Learn by Video course offers in-depth training on the interface, workflow, and features of Adobe Dreamweaver CS6. The contents of this course include:
Introducing Dreamweaver CS6
In this chapter you?ll get a brief introduction to Dreamweaver CS6 ? what it is, how it works, and what features are new in CS6. You?ll also get an overview of what?s covered in this course.
This chapter looks at some fundamentals of planning and building web pages, as well as key concepts like naming conventions, doctypes, copyright, and accessibility.
In this chapter you?ll be introduced to the Dreamweaver interface, including the Welcome screen, the Document window, and the toolbars and panels. You?ll also learn how to define a site in Dreamweaver, organize your workspace, and set up your preferences.
Getting a Quick Start with a Predefined Layout
The easiest way to quickly create a website is to use one of Dreamweaver?s predefined layouts. In this chapter you?ll see how to choose a layout, add content, and customize the appearance and color of the layout.
Working with Text
Text is an important part of almost any website, and in this chapter you?ll learn how to add and format text, as well as how to insert special characters like accents.
Adding Style and Structure with CSS
In this chapter you?ll learn the basics of using CSS to control the style and structure of your web pages. You?ll see how to work with colors, opacity, div tags, the CSS box model, and more.
Diving Deeper into CSS
This chapter explores some more advanced techniques for working with CSS. You?ll see how to work with the CSS Styles panel and Code Navigator, and learn the difference between absolute, fixed, and relative positioning.
Working with Images
This chapter explores techniques for working with images. You?ll learn about file formats, alternate text, scaling, captions, and more.
Using Text and Images as Links
This chapter explores the various types of links you can add to your site and how to style them.
Adding Special Effects with CSS3
CSS3 offers some remarkable capabilities that can help you easily add powerful features to your website. This chapter explains how to make the most of them.
These days it?s easier than ever to add multimedia like Flash movies, video, and audio to web pages. In this chapter you?ll see how to add multimedia with Dreamweaver CS6.
Using Tables for Structured Data
HTML tables should not be used for page layout because they cause accessibility problems. However, they?re ideal for presenting structured data, as this chapter demonstrates.
Creating Online Forms
In this chapter we?ll look at online forms. You?ll learn about the different types of forms that exist and how to work with them.
Managing Site Assets
In this chapter you?ll get tips for managing the assets on your site. We'll look at renaming and moving files, working with library items, creating templates, and more.
Responsive Web Design with Media Queries
Dreamweaver CS6 offers two approaches to responsive web design ? site-wide media queries and fluid grid layouts ? and in this chapter we?ll look at both.
Useful Tools and Utilities
In this chapter you?ll learn about a few tools and utilities that can make your work in Dreamweaver CS6 easier, including the Apply Source Formatting command, the spell checker, and the Find and Replace dialog box.
Publishing Your Site
The moment of truth comes when you publish your site and share it with the world. In this chapter you?ll learn how to prepare for publishing by running site reports and validating and testing your code, then actually deploy your website to a server.
In this chapter you'll get a brief recap of what?s been covered in the course and a few final thoughts from the author.
The lessons are wrapped in a feature-rich interface that lets you jump to any topic and bookmark individual sections for later review. Full-Screen mode provides a hi-def, immersive experience, and Watch-and-Work mode shrinks the video into a small window so you can play the videos alongside your application. Also included are exercise files that give you an easy way to try out the techniques you learn and a 48-page guide containing supplemental material.
Broadband internet connection
Up-to-date browser with Flash plug-in
Screen resolution 1024x768 or higher
Sound card with speakers or headphones attached
Pentium 4 2.6 GHz or higher, or Apple Mac G5
512 MB RAM